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Best-selling books

From Publishers Weekly

Fiction

1. “Gone Tomorrow”

Lee Child (Delacorte, $27)

2. “Dead and Gone”

Charlaine Harris (Ace, $25.95)

3. “Wicked Prey”

John Sandford (Putnam, $27.95)

4. “Cemetery Dance”

Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child (Grand Central, $26.99)

5. “The 8th Confession”

James Patterson and Maxine Paetro (Little, Brown, $27.99)

Nonfiction

1. “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man”

Steve Harvey (Amistad, $23.99)

2. “Liberty and Tyranny”

Mark R. Levin (Threshold Editions, $25)

3. “Master Your Metabolism”

Jillian Michaels (Crown, $26)

4. “Outliers”

Malcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown, $27.99)

5. “Resilience”

Elizabeth Edwards (Broadway, $22.95)

Mass-market paperback

1. Angels and Demons”

Dan Brown (Pocket, $9.99)

2. My Sister’s Keeper”

Jodi Picoult (Pocket, $7.99)

3. Sail”

James Patterson and Howard Roughan (Vision, $9.99)

4. Phantom Prey”

John Sandford (Berkley, $9.99)

Trade paperback

1. “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society”

Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows (Dial, $14)

2. The Shack”

William P. Young (Windblown Media, $14.99)

3. Vision in White”

Nora Roberts (Berkley, $16)

4. City of Thieves”

David Benioff (Plume, $15)

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